The Marxist, Socialist Goals Of Agenda 21
The Secretary General of the UN, Ban Ki-Moon, in addressing the UNâ€™s 67th General Assembly recently under way in New York, urged the adoption of the UNâ€™s program Agenda 21 with its sustainability goals and promises of â€śgreenâ€ťÂ jobs, economic stability, etc., if adopted.Â –Â Not many crows listened.
A couple of months earlier, the UNâ€™s Rio+20 conference tried to re-invigorate the same ideological agenda known asÂ UN Agenda 21.Â Agenda 21 is a framework for redistributing individual and collective wealth around the world according to socialistic principles. Among the 10,000 or so attendees of Rio+20 were some groups of people adorned with colorful bird feathers. As far as I know crows were neither invited nor represented, dead or alive. â€¨One of the goals of Agenda 21 is the prescriptions for Sustainable Development. The term by itself sounds benign, even desirable. However, on closer inspection, you may wish to reconsider.Â SD intends to reorganize your entire life, rights to property, freedom of speech, and just about anything else you may think of as your natural right. For example, on Oct. 2, 2012, Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, Jan Eliasson, during a press conference on October at the UN headquarter in New York claimedÂ Free speech is a gift given to us by the [UNâ€™s] Declaration of Human Rights.
Surely, that is preposterous! The UN asserts the right to give to you (hence also to take away) your right to free speech!
Joseph KleinÂ wroteÂ about that as follows:Â “Under Deputy Secretary General Eliassonâ€™s logic, the UN Declaration of Human Rights, which gave us the
of free speech, can be modified or interpreted in such a way that would restrict its use if people were deemed too provocative or irresponsible in what they express. ” . Article 29 of the Declaration puts some real meaning onto that “free gift”, where it says:These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.â€¨
In other words, the UN and its derivatives are sacrosanct and can control yourfree speech.
As Tom DeWeeseÂ wrote, “Sustainable Development is the process by which America is being reorganized around a central principle of state collectivism using the environment as bait”.
Letâ€™s come back to crows for a moment. Few people like them but fewer can give specific reasons; they just feel like that.Â The same analogy applies to people who think thatÂ sustainable developmentÂ and other euphemisms of that kind are worthwhile goals to pursue. Again, on the face of it, they sound perfectly clear, as well as achievable and desirable. Hardly anyone knows the many crucial details of Agenda 21 and SD, or thinks about any possible drawbacks, such as the potential limitation of your right to free speech, use of your property, or perhaps even the right to own any property at all. Do you really want to make that trade?
The answer is a brief and clear NO!
Like many other institutions which take their cues from false information or from political or monetary desires, they quickly succumb to â€śthe facts of life.â€ť What I mean by that is that the good intentions originally agreed upon are rapidly being eroded and â€średefinedâ€ť. In the end, exactly the opposite of what was generally thought and hoped for is going to happen. The â€śfree lunchâ€ť is going to turn out to be not free at all, perhaps even inedible.
The UN and its myriad of committees and sub-organizations have mostly become a system of self-serving groups, living off the avails of misinformation and deceit. The false claims of the Pacific island nations disappearing in a rising sea, a climate-(change)-driven demise of penguins, or the supposedly drowning polar bears in the Arctic are all myths propagated by the UN and its many offshoots in order to elicit our willingness to submit to the goals of Agenda 21.â€¨I donâ€™t think the crows would go for it; they are too smart to be taken in so easily.